Weiser, ID — A concerning video was uploaded to YouTube this week, from an alleged Weiser police officer’s body camera demeaning a teenager for no reason. After a brief period of unprofessional and disrespectful behavior, the officer’s body camera then catches him wishing he could shoot teenagers.
The video was uploaded to YouTube Monday night and it has since garnered over 5,000 views. As the video begins, the alleged Weiser police officer is berating a teenager, claiming they were at a location at which they deny being.
When the officer asks the teen for their ID, he begins acting like a drill instructor.
“Where’s your license at?” barks the officer.
When the teen turns to retrieve the license, like 99 percent of all people would have, the officer begins playing demeaning games.
“I didn’t say to go get it! I asked you where it was!” yells the cop.
As the teen struggles to comply with the belligerent officer, the cop continues his verbal abuse.
“Do you not understand English?” asks the tyrant. “Do you know how to comprehend?”
“I’m sorry, I didn’t mean any disrespect in that,” the teen apologizes as the cop continues the abuse.
“No, you’re disrespecting me!” asserts the officer attempting to imply that a teen trying to curtsey to every one of his orders is somehow ‘disrespect.’
“I thought that meant to go get my license. If that was wrong of me….”
“No!” interrupts the officer.
“I’m sorry, I’m sorry,” continues the teen.
“Since when does, ‘where is your license?’ mean walk away and go get your license?” asks the officer, ignoring the fact that anyone could have interpreted that statement in such a way.
The cop then continues to demean the teen before the scene cuts to what appears to be the inside of the dispatch office.
“Mouthy little bitches,” utters the officer as the person at the desk uncomfortably smiles.
“Oh my fucking god. If I could get away with it, I would’ve put a bullet in the center of each one of their heads.”
The video then ends.
On Tuesday, the Free Thought Project reached out to the Weiser police department to confirm whether or not this was one of their officers and if they wanted to make a statement on the matter. We have not yet received a response.